You’ll come away with 16 free clonable ideas that you can start using right away. Plus we’ll also be taking a look at the pro’s and con’s of 9 other authentication services that work seamlessly with Webflow to help you make your decision.
16 Ways to Build a Webflow Login Page
Standard login form
Duncan Hamra, the cofounder of Memberstack made this beautiful subscription login UI featuring a textured background, rounded button, show/hide password, and styled form inputs. It’s a free Webflow template you can use with Memberstack’s pre-built UI.
For an alternate design, Duncan also made this ‘Splitscreen Signup’ that you can clone and use on your site. This form allows you to login with Google, Facebook, or with your email.
If you need a client portal - this cloneable created by James Baduor is a great option. James has made it super easy for your clients to login with either their email address or phone number and password.
Are you an agency or freelancer that needs a client dashboard? Check out this client portal from the Memberstack team that lets you build specific pages that are accessible to only one client.
Looking for a Login that enables you to show and hide the characters in the password input field? See Duncan’s ‘Show Password’ project.
Antonio Esposito created a ‘Minimal Authentication’ login which also features a multi-media slider, auto-focused input, as well as the ability to hide or show the password characters. Pretty cool stuff!
Logins with large images or video
Would you like a login that sits atop a large image or video? Well, we have two for you to consider. The first is by Uiflow, featuring a centered login atop a full width image.
The second is by Duncan Hamra. This cloneable signup features an asymmetrically split layout with a background video. It also allows login with your social media.
Do you love animation? Here are a couple options that will delight your users. Duncan revised a Uiflow open source project and made it awesome! This simple and flawless login form has animated labels and a background video.
This label animation by Aviv Shwartz from Avivtech features floating labels interaction.
Need form validation? This animated contact form by Timothy Ricks offers that validation with a 3D glass-blower background video.
Duncan saw that people were looking for an easy way to confirm password fields in Webflow and came up with this stylish form that gives feedback as the user types. It comes with a video tutorial to make it easy for you to add to your site.
Need to know which company your users work at? We found a solution!
Aviv Shwartz of Avivtech created this form validation that adds custom code to exclude 100 of the most popular free email domains from using it. You can add to the list, or take away any domains you don’t need. When someone enters their free email domain address, an error message tells them to enter a business email address.
Kevin Haag designed this clean and minimal login panel that slides up when you click Sign in.
For a beautiful simple login/signup modal, check out this project from the Memberstack team.
Just for fun!
Sometimes you just need to have a little fun! Duncan recreated this awesome Yeti login from a Codepen project by Darin S. featuring hover interactions and a rotating head.
Now that we’ve gone through 16 awesome login ideas ✅ let’s take a look at the options we have for exporting code to the backend.
Webflow Login Functionality
One of the main issues designers and developers have with Webflow is the inability to add login/signup functionality to their sites without integrating with another platform. During the No-Code Conference, Webflow announced the adding of Users in Webflow, which will allow you to sell paid memberships and access to gated content. Webflow memberships is now in beta, with no release date as of yet, however, an announcement about memberships will be made on June 30, 2022 from 10am - 11am PST on this special livestream.
Today, custom login/signup functionality is not natively supported on Webflow, and requires an engineer to code, or to use custom integrations, like Memberstack.
We’ll take a look at the different types of login/signup functionality you can use with Webflow, and how to achieve your desired outcome.
Exporting code to create custom backend
For those times when Webflow hasn’t quite filled all your needs, you can still get your desired effects with custom code, integrations, or plugins. If you have a paid account plan with Webflow, you can export your project’s code from inside the designer, to be hosted anywhere. See this quick tutorial on how to export your code.
Expert SaaS product offering authentication, payments, flawless UI components, user management CSV, a host of integrations to connect with, dev tools, and ‘best-in-class’ security.
Coming soon, currently in beta testing, and projected to be released this year.
An identity, access management, and risk mitigating service that helps organizations provide secure access to any application.
Template 1 lets you add a login to your Webflow site that pulls user data from the internet, adding it to the site, so they don’t have to.
Template 2 gives you three options that show how to add login access for your clients, along with tutorial articles taking you step-by-step through each process.
On a mission to build sustainable membership businesses with no code
Templates. They make it easy for you to sell memberships and digital content on your website.
Google’s platform for creating mobile, web applications, and games. They bring a fully managed back-end infrastructure, performance monitoring, and analytics to help you through the challenges of building a site the way you want it.
Check out this tutorial from Jason Dark showing you how to setup User Authentication using Firebase and for a customizable set of forms for signing users in, out, and up, Garrett Mack made these elements that you can use from his Firebase UI kit.
Webflow extension that enables you to build a login system and create custom rules, ensuring that only authorized people can view restricted pages.
Take a look at these Wized templates featuring projects for ecommerce login, client dashboard, and a task management app
Allows you to take the Webflow site you’ve built and convert it into a professional theme for Shopify, WordPress, Jamstack, or Ghost.
Password protected pages in Webflow
Gives you the ability to protect your site by controlling access to specified content.
Being able to add login/signup functionality to your site is a game changer. We love giving people inspiration to do great things, and continually strive to fill gaps that tools like Webflow haven't yet reached. Designing and building web products is difficult, and we’re here to help simplify the process with loads of great options, like the ability to login to a website while protecting your data.
Login pages are your users first interaction with your site, and should be thoughtfully crafted. We’ve supplied you with 16 free clonable login/signup ideas, and 9 authentication services to help activate your muse, and give you inspiration for your next project.